crimsoncoyote wrote: »
Turkson wrote: »
Call and check your local.Barnes and Nobles. Many have Xwing 2.0 sets for half off. I picked up Servants of Strife, Sith infiltrator, vulture, and hyena bomber for $60 plus tax.
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Athenor wrote: »
Do you think there is any value/reason to keep around 1st edition components at this point? I'm pretty firmly entrenched in 2nd edition, but that naturally means I have all the cards & punchboard. It takes up a lot of room, needless to say.
I highly doubt I'll be able to sell it without the miniatures, and I suspect that in the future if I were to ever get rid of my collection, few people will be looking for the components. But I'm still on the fence of what to do with them.
ArcSyn wrote: »
Even if the app stops getting updated, all of the squad builder sites will keep going or get made into offline versions.
Fan communities are continuing to make Netrunner and Doomtown expansions. I could easily see this one doing just fine.
Betsuni wrote: »
I bought all of mine with the knowledge that they are my super detailed micro machines (aka display pieces). I was starting to play the game at work during lunch with my friends, but yeah that ended with teleworking.
What you did @webguy20 is the best thing to do with them. You get them out of your house, someone else gets to use them (they get loved) and you will still be able to play with them once you are able to. I say that's a win-win in my book.
PMAvers wrote: »
Honestly I feel like the Squadron Packs would make nice single-player starters if they ever put dice and templates in there. They've definitely got a ton of space in those boxes.
I think it was mentioned that one avenue they were looking at for unpainted versions of minis were convention exclusives.